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Published September 30, 1997
In Phoenix, Jim Gintonio writes the "major gift the Coyotes have brought to the Valley appears to be at the grass-roots level," as more than 1,100 players are involved in the two valley youth hockey leagues, and those kids "play a big role in keeping sporting goods stores scrambling to keep up with the demand for [Coyotes] paraphernalia" (AZ REPUBLIC, 9/30)....The Warriors have lowered ticket prices in the upper bowl of the Oakland Coliseum Arena. Side balcony seats, originally $45, are now $27. The $35 center balcony seats are now $22, and the end balcony seats at $12.50, are now $9 (S.F. CHRONICLE, 9/30).